We offer eight different trips lasting from two hours to eight hours:
B1: A two hour trip to Salwarpe Village
Travel through urban and rural Droitwich and experience the views from the canal, especially the reed beds and the beautiful village of Salwarpe.
B2: A three hour trip to Ladywood Lock
Continuing trip B1, this takes you along some stunning views and turns at Ladywood for a lock-side picnic.
B3: An eight hour trip to Hawford.
Continuing trip B2, this takes you through rapidly changing countryside down to lock No.2, a hundred yards from the River Severn.
J1: A two hour trip to Lock 6
Experience passing through a new canal with concrete locks! Pass through the 'small' M5 tunnel; originally a culvert for the Body Brook and come out into wild parkland.
J2: A three hour trip to Droitwich Marina.
Continue climbing from trip J1 through the new staircase locks to arrive at the wide expanse of the Droitwich Marina for a snack.
J3: A five hour trip to Hanbury Wharf.
Continue climbing from trip J2 through three double height original Victorian locks. Then stopping at the junction with the Worcester to Birmingham Canal for a picnic or lunch at the Eagle and Sun.
J4: An eight hour trip to Dunhampstead.
Continuing trip J3 South along the Worcester to Birmingham Canal through Dunhampstead Tunnel for lunch or a picnic.
J5: An eight hour trip to Astwood Locks
Continuing trip J3 but turning left at the Worcester-Birmingham Canal to explore the north, turning round above lock 18 for a picnic or lunch.
For more information or to book your trip:
Bookings are provisional until a deposit of £25 is received, bookings are then confirmed.
If your group requires transport, the Droitwich CVS Community Bus is available to book. Ring Droitwich CVS on 01905 779778.
All trips include a qualified crew and Coffee or Tea and Biscuits.
The New Pamela May 2 Community canal trip boat.
Experience our new electrically powered community narrow boat, Pamela May 2.
Clean, green and efficient with no fumes or noisy diesel engine. Electric propulsion powered by solar panels.
All trips are suitable for Care Homes, Day Centres and Family Groups and Clubs. Try a short taster trip on Festival Days in Vines Park – see Events.
The boat can accommodate twelve people comfortably, ten on special trips such as Fish & Chips and Cream Tea cruises.
A manual wheelchair counts as two people with a maximum of two wheelchairs per trip. We are unable to take heavier motorised chairs onto the boat.
A wheelchair lift is fitted to the boat.
A disabled accessible toilet is situated on the boat.
The cabin is heated during cooler weather.
Open front deck